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THE DIVISION ON THE BALLOT.

THE DIVISION ON THE BALLOT.

IRISH MEMBERS FOR BALLOT 14. Bellew, RM Hennessy, JP Pollard Urquhart Lamgan, J Uedmond, J Esmonde, J M'Cann, J Scully Vincent Fitzgerald, J D MacEvoy, E And Gavin, Major O'Brien, P Sullivan, M. IRISH MEMBERS AOAIXST TIIK BALLOT—2O. Arcbdall, Captain Forde, Col Longfleld, R Brow
13 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROOM KEEPERS' CHARITY

THE ROOM KEEPERS' CHARITY

(We trust that there are few among»t the wires and daughters of the benevolent gentry of Dublin who require j reminded that the evening of Monday next thai fixed upon for the annual grand ball in aid of the at present all but exhausted avallsble funds of the It ought needless, i
9 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

Commander—H It Elliot, to Inspecting Commander of Coast Gnard, vice Lnckraft, appointed the Hastings, for service of the Royal Naval Reserve. Midshipman—R P Powney, to the Mersey. Naval Cadet—T Miller, the Emerald. Chief Engineer—Benjamin Oreetham, to the Castor (additional), fo
9 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OBSERVE—28, ANNE-STREET (a few Doors off Graftonutrcet). MR. KENDALL, the ABSOLUTE ROMOVAL OF CORNS AND BI'NIONS. Instantaneous and Efficacious Cores

OBSERVE—28, ANNE-STREET (a few Doors off Graftonutrcet). MR. KENDALL, the ABSOLUTE ROMOVAL OF CORNS AND BI'NIONS. Instantaneous and Efficacious Cores

without Cutting, Pain, or Bleeding. Mr. RENDALL can consulted at the abort address tnm Nine till Four o'clock. From the Court Journal, August Slat, IMS.— ** Practical Observations on the cau*e*, nature and treatment of Coma, Ac., Mr. 98, Quadrant, Regent-street. Certainly, all t
12 April 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORNS, BUNICNS, AND IRREGULAR TOE

CORNS, BUNICNS, AND IRREGULAR TOE

JJV. »Vii»->, NAILS—BiII. Chiropodist, attends daily his rooms, 15, UPPER D-QUAY, for the treatment of the above diseases, from Twelve Four. His system is perfectly pai and instantaneous.
13 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Coroner's White, city coroner, held an inquest yesterday 011 the body of Joseph Warren aged 70, who died suddenly 011

Coroner's White, city coroner, held an inquest yesterday 011 the body of Joseph Warren aged 70, who died suddenly 011

the previous day, Bow-lane. The jurvjieturned a verdict that death was caused the brain. l)r. White held another inquest at l!l, Coustitution-hil), 011 the body of soldier named llenry O'Dounell, belonging the 12th retriment, who died suddenly on Wednesday. The jury returned a v
13 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Throwing Snowball.—At the petty sessions Newmarket oil Tu<f»d»y last a la<l named Tweed, Chevelev, was charged with having thrown a

Throwing Snowball.—At the petty sessions Newmarket oil Tu<f»d»y last a la<l named Tweed, Chevelev, was charged with having thrown a

struck a young woman, named Elizabeth Itailey, upon Ih face. At the time the offence was committed the lad's father gave the complainant father permission to Hog him, but the mother objected the punishraeut, and hinted that she should proceed against Air. ISailey ], t . flogged
13 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I'IONS Messrs. C. and J. DAY continues to l»o all cases Nervous Debility, Trembling of H.mJ» Ue* pre»i(m Spirits. Indigestion,

I'IONS Messrs. C. and J. DAY continues to l»o all cases Nervous Debility, Trembling of H.mJ» Ue* pre»i(m Spirits. Indigestion,

«tc. tVir nvide <.f treat ment is very expeditious, ai.d involves actual res raint diet or occupation. Fee—Ten Shillings. .'u ira'itee given for the cure. Country Patients, by forwanlii t»-«* foe promptly 10. Private On: «!. 'v from Nine in the Morning till at Nik it; Hi-lays ti
5 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. Dcccmber 24, at 13 Lower Bridge-street, Mrs. M'Evoy of a son. January 1, the wife oX Surgeon Dirham, Usher's-island,

BIRTHS. Dcccmber 24, at 13 Lower Bridge-street, Mrs. M'Evoy of a son. January 1, the wife oX Surgeon Dirham, Usher's-island,

of daughter. November 5, at St. Helena, the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel St. Helena Regiment, of a son. Deeember .10, at Ramsgate, the wife of Captain William Hill, 2d West India Regiment, of a daughter. January 1, at l>onaglimore, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Rudd, of a son. Janua
5 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ISEPKESENTAT ION TO TJTK Statteen, Pr 19th Feb., 18G0. Six:—My attention has been directed paragraph published in morning paper,

THE ISEPKESENTAT ION TO TJTK Statteen, Pr 19th Feb., 18G0. Six:—My attention has been directed paragraph published in morning paper,

which announces, on what purports to l»c 44 reliable authority," that it my intention to retire from the representation of Droghcda. To-tIJ. statement, which has not shadow of foundation, I to £ive an unqualified contradiction.—l reit fir, vci.r obedient servant, JAMES M'CANN.
17 February 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland